This is the first lesson in this module, and we’ll go over the tools available for exposing and monitoring the Sony A7s, both in-camera and otherwise:
Just to recap:
|Photography||In-Camera Meter + Histogram||Light Meter|
|Video||In-Camera Meter + Zebra||Light Meter + Waveform Monitor*|
*This includes waveform monitor, vectorscope and false color.
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These are important topics raised by subscribers that shed more light on this lesson.
Q. The camera meter only goes to +2 or -2, so how do we expose for +3 for the wolfcrow system?
A. I count! My ISO and shutter exposure increments are in 1/3rd of a stop (you can also set it to 1/2 a stop). I reach the point where the meter shows +2 but does not blink. Then I count three turns of the ISO or shutter wheel and that’s +3.
I note down my aperture, shutter and ISO and then change them keeping the exposure constant. It sounds complicated, but I don’t think about this anymore, and it doesn’t take more than a fraction of a second!